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FOX News
Mar 8, 2010 4:00am EST
adviser to the mccain presidential campaign and white house communications director under george w. bush nicole welcome back. the president said he will focus on jobs. health care and a new version and summit then a new version. >> playing the same record this is the same story. every poll showed that i was looking at the latest dynamics poll. half of the people surveyed said the administration doesn't get it. whether it is president obama or nancy pelosi, sean they are standing up before the american people and telling us what we need without listening to what we want. >> sean: you've worked for a president. i watched you around president bush anybody around him telling him this? does he not know this? i'm trying to figure out -- >> in their defense you always get stuck in a little bit of a budget. but it is indefensible that they don't travel the country and listen. here they are either not listening, not watching or they don't care. all three are pretty damning. >> sean: criticize bill clinton and dick morris, off on the program, at they were smart enough to poll and find out where pe
FOX Business
Dec 7, 2014 2:00am EST
wars where all that money went and put under george bush into the debt. then the deal with the economy and the recession and treasuries and trying to keep the economy stable in the country. at the same time, during president obama's administration, our spending dropped. government spending has gone down now from over $1.5 trillion to almost $500 billion. there is cutting going on in government spending. it's dealing with the larger issue, more macroeconomic issue. >> gary b., let's get back to the $18 trillion. this affects every one of us, every man, woman and child owes $56,000. i can't afford that. >> exactly, brenda. and the bill is going to go up. i want to address one point jessica made. george bush is thrown under the bus with the wars. i would counter with that great stimulus that we had certainly didn't help the debt or the deficit and that was all president obama. the bigger point jessica did get right is the debt at $18 trillion. by the year 2030, all of our tax revenue will go to pay, as john alluded to, entitlements and the interest we have on the debt. i mean that's it. w
FOX News
Oct 6, 2012 10:00am EDT
2004. when george w. bush did in 2005, because of katrina. when obama did it, a year ago, it was because of libya. and in each case, price the went down significantly. i don't think the obama administration will do it now because it will look too political and might actually be political if they were to do it, but i would note that gas prices are starting to come down from where they had been and romney, who is blaming obama for the increase in gas prices is not giving obama any credit for the gas prices actually going down. >> all right. jonas? >> i think that the government could make money trading this thing, and in charge of the spr. and sell at $100 a barrel and announce you're going to drill in the public lands and-- i'm saying that's not the job of government and moreover a political thing wouldn't become a thing it make money, it'd be to drive prices down before the election. and for the iran situation, that's probably what it's for an old-fashioned concept we don't use it because people don't like $4 gas, gas is going to get more expensive every year because there's less
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2014 8:00am EST
something coiffure, don't pass something that is so unpopular. imagine if george bush had to spend taxpayer money highlighting one of his plans e democrats didn't like. i feel the same way about this, the same way if george bush had done the same thing. i agree with gy b., don't spin taxpayer money on this. >> a little detail, magic johnson did do nate these ads. jonas, what do you think? >> look, it would be great if the government didn't have products and services that had to be marked to the public. that's reality of this healt care plan. it need people in it to be cheaper. if the government can sell it to more people, all premiums will go lower because there is more young people in there footing the bill. it can be very effective? probably not. look, as far as the disclosure. we can have the disclosure on the ads, what about the national guard, do we want to disclose years? if advertisement is questionable. at the end of the day, they need soldier, they got to advertise, they need people in the affordable care act to get our premiums down so you want ads. that's the way it is. >> thanks
FOX News
Dec 27, 2014 7:00am PST
the obama administration or george bush administration, going back to fdr, every government solution is to take money from our pocket and spend it themselves. listen, i might be fine with that if there was positive benefit. it's been shown in study after stud brenda -- >> you have seen benefit. >> hold on, please. if you take a dollar from me and the government spends it, you get back less than a dollar. two, where in the constitution did the founders lay out it's the government's responsibility, whether they do a good job or not, to stimulate the economy? where is that? it's the private sector. it's not the government's job to reign in inflation or tap on the gas or any of that. protect our shores, protect us from ebola, enforce the laws, then go away. >> gary b. -- hold on david. tracy, $18 trillion in debt. what is a few billion between friends? >> that's the way they think. why is it always we have to spend? why isn't it that we talk about tax reform? pull back the regulations. gary b. is dead on. corporate america, small businesses, that's where you get jobs and growth in the ec
FOX News
Mar 13, 2010 10:00am EST
. >> brenda: steve? >> we are paying for the dramatic expansion in government under george bush. that's true. if we're like greece, we're like the greece under alexander the great. because you end up with too many military obligations. the biggest problem we have right now with the budget is iraq war and paying for it. also cutting taxes at the same time we had to fight two wars. >> this is george bush's fault? >> brenda: toby, it's all bush's fault. >> that is the other guy. this is a new guy. here is a number that got me. the average, the 50, 60 million people in the united states who get assistance is $26,000 a year. now, there's only really, you know, 20 or 30 million people in america who pay any significant taxes. so, in fact, we're very much like greece. because in greece, they literally 5% of the people pay all the taxes. the rest of greece is black market money for that. in fact, we're not kidding here. we are very much like greece when it comes to the people who get the benefits, versus the people who pay the welfare and benefit. >> brenda: almost every state is cutting benefi
FOX News
Jul 13, 2013 7:00am PDT
as the jury in the george zimmerman jury trial begins a second day of deliberations this morning. that's a live look outside the courthouse in sanford, florida. the soix-member all-female jury weighing whether the volunteer watch murdered trayvon martin. george zimmerman claiming self-defense. if he's found guilty, he faces a minimum 25 years, the maximum is life in prison and a $10,000 fine. meantime, police and civic leaders are pleading for calm in sanford and all over the country no matter what the verdict. the county sheriff saying there's no party in this case who wants to see any violence. of course we'll bring you the verdict. i'm gregg jared. now back to "bulls and bears." >>> unions that once backed the health care law now backing away from it. the international brotherhood of electrical workers just joining the backlash launching an ad against it. forget the hypocrisy. gary b., you say unions actually have it right this time? >> well, you know, brenda, you know i'm bias and always a big fan of unions. it goes without saying i'd be speaking up for them. but in this case
FOX News
Jul 25, 2015 7:00am PDT
for a decade. evener george w. bush said he wished he closed it. henry kissinger, colin powell hardly liberal pie in the sky types. but the economics are a major factor. you can put them in a security max prison in the u.s. it would cost $70,000 a year instead of this $2.5 million that we're doing. if we capture these people on the battlefield in terms of isis we're hardly going to ship them all home. it's not going to happen. we'll find a place for them somewhere else. >> gary b., what do you think? >> when has the obama administration ever cared about costs? >> well that is a good point. but gary b. you care about costs and we've discussed this many times on this show. the question is now, when we are seeing this drum beat of attacks here at home and overseas. >> brenda i think you have two issues. i think you have one, you know, as john so eloquently put, you have the effectiveness of gitmo. i don't think anyone's arguing that. we need a gitmo. let's put it like that. then you have the cost and we've also talked about it costs about $100 million a year. i say open it to the free ma
FOX Business
Aug 26, 2012 8:00am EDT
. george w. bush won the electoral college, but al gore won the popular vote. in this election poll, it shows a tight race. a new analysis that focuses strictly on the electoral college shows mitt romney is running away with it. if business successfully chosen u.s. president since 1980. the professor's model stresses the economy. state and national jobless figures, as well as incomes, and on both scores from the president's record has come up short. despite emerging from recession two years ago, unemployment, as we talked about many times, stayed above 8% for 42 months. income figures. they are anemic, too. a pew research survey released shows middle-class incomes have fallen from nearly 73,002 just 70,000 in 2010. worse, median net worth for the middle-class has eroded dramatically. down 28% in the same period. the racing two decades of genes. the professors believe those kinds of numbers impact parties in different ways. voters hold democrats more responsible for on employment rates. while republicans are held responsible for income numbers. that distinction may not matter this ti
FOX Business
Apr 26, 2015 8:00am EDT
say is under george bush there was 500 people down there that he let loose and 100 of which returned to kill our soldiers. what was rubio's outrage then? >> chuck, i don't want to talk politics. there are many people to blame. i'm just talking about right now, what do we do? the white house wants them out, and others congress wants to ban that. what do you think is right? >> let me pull gary b. on you and give you some numbers. there's 100 left. we are big boys here. most of these people were pulled out of a cave and you can put them in maximum security prison in the u.s. lock them up forever and close gitmo and accomplish both things. we can walk and chew gum at the same time >> that's not on the table. john we have to deal with there's lots of options many of you could come up with and john i probably would vote for you for president, but we can only talk about what's on the table. the white house wants them out to another country where they could go and get together with more terrorists and congress says no. >> well congress is right. look we're not talking about transporting the
FOX Business
Mar 22, 2015 8:00am EDT
. they've been fighting each other a long time. we threw a hornet's nest when george bush went in having this big war now we are supposed to fix this problem. that's the problem i have, this is a world problem and we should not be trying to fix the world's problem. we should get help from lots of people. we can't just walk away from it and hope a bomb don't come up on our shore some day. >> gary b. take that on. >> i want to come at it from a different perspective. president obama says we can't afford gitmo. get more costs about $500 million a year. foreign aid is $30 billion. our defense budget is $600 bill. for 5% of the total defense budget we can certainly afford gitmo and the foreign aid. in fact when it comes right down to it waste and defense we just lost $500 million the cost of gitmo of weapons and supplies and stuff in yemen that the defense department can't claim. the whole argument is idiotic. >> that's part of the point. increasing foreign aid. it might go into the wrong hands. this is a cesspool for terrorism. >> it's going in the wrong hands for quite some time. to
FOX News
Nov 15, 2014 7:00am PST
album. good for google. >> john, bull or bear? >> i like george strait. bear. >> studies are efficient. the new bathroom is the new water cooler. they are on their cell phone eating lunch but they are not washing their hands. >> yuck. neil is next. >>> cokum-bay-ya? i don't think so. 5 million illegals just through washington and while we're at it, american is thrown for a loop. welcome, everybody. i'm neil cavuto. the president is clearly doubling down on a series of executive orders reportedly set for next week freezing not only deportation, but if john boehner is right, freezing the hope for cooperation as well. >> we're going to fight the president tooth and nail if he continues down this t
FOX News
Feb 6, 2010 10:00am EST
the population $400 billion under gary's president, george bush. did they spend it in is the job market good? is or economy good? it was a disaster. and... >> having -- >> you've got to be kidding me! >> hold on. hold on. eric bowling. >> the last 13 months, the democratic president has begin out around $5 trillion, and guess what? we're at record unemployment, and, now, gary points out, 80 billion more, maybe that will make it better. >> you can't spend your way out of it. >> wall street squandered it farther. >> wait. wait. wait, you haven't come up with it is bush's fault yet. wait you did hit that one. >> let's bring you -- >> hold on. dr. bob, give me your best solution for job creation, second to job cuts. because you know the president -- tax cuts and you know the president will not go tor across the board tax cuts. >> that's the best answer and if we can't get that, what we have to do is do anything in our power to stimulate the economy, because that is what it comes down to and tobin hit the nail on the head. if we don't get these businesses feeling they are going to mak
FOX News
Dec 25, 2010 10:00am EST
the most bacon, but right now, we he see a change, the entire national debt since george washington, 40% had been added just since nancy pelosi picked up the gavel in 2007 and in the last election for the first time in any of our lifetimes, the person who said i'm not going to spend more, not going to tax more is the one that the people applauded. so, you're right. i believe there will be a battle, but the american people have said enough. >> you know, doug, we heard from the president and right before he left for hawaii, the cutting spending is going to be one of his priorities this 2011. those were his words and maybe this is somewhere where the president and republicans can come together? >> well, i hope that that's right. rick and i hope it's right in terms of long-term systemic spending cuts that lead to a balanced budget as we did with the democratic president in the mid 90's with president clinton. the problem is that the democrats and republicans agreed before the christmas break to add 858 billion to the deficit, with the bipartisan tax plan. so, on one hand you have the re
FOX Business
Feb 8, 2015 8:00am EST
. >> in itself is a good time. inflation. george bush got a lot of criticism when the unemployment rate started to go down after the tech recession the other side was like oh they're mcjobs, you attack the type of job it is when the unemployment rate gets low, and it wasn't a good criticism then it's not now. at the end of the day, when you let people go you don't let go the highest quality labor. let's be honest, you're cutting the people that borderline anyway when the economy was good, and when you add them back, they're not going to be the highest paid people in the world in the highest best jobs because those people didn't lose those their jobs. not everybody, but in general. yeah, it's mcjobs on the way back out of a recession, too bad. >> i think -- i hammered on twitter for that and i hope you to. there's a lot of great people that lost great jobs and they did not deserve to during the recession. and i think that seven million people are part-time and don't want to be. and that is a huge statistic. that's a huge number of people. people are working, what the rest of them are doi
FOX Business
Aug 26, 2012 1:00am EDT
rove, former deputy chief of staff and senior adivsor to president george w. bush and fox news contributor. thanks for joining us, karl. >> you bet, sandra. sandra: so i guess the big question, what would be the president's motivation to do this? >> well, first of all we don't know whether the u.s. government has asked the european union to do this or not. sandra: right. >> but, look, president obama's campaign is risk adverse. they don't want new variables injected into the campaign. there were rumors earlier this year, reports in the israeli newspaper that is the government had asked the israelis not to take action against iran until after the election. and that's to be expected. if you are running presidential re-election campaign you don't like things that sort of intrude into the campaign. what is unusual if this is true, rather remarkable that the government would act on the instincts instead of simply keep them to themselves. sandra: karl, could this get in the way of voter confidence for the president if the president is making a decision, and he hasn't yet, if he did m
FOX Business
Jul 27, 2014 8:00am EDT
by the house and the senate and signed by president george bush if children are fleeing for their lives and coming to the country, we have fro s.e.c. -- we have to process them and make sure they are not in harm's way, and then the money for the stand alone would move border agents from middle of the country to the border, a nd have more agens to process the children. if they are here and criminal records and adults, sent back, but if they are children fleeing for their lives, they have to be dealt with. >> but tracy, people with a different solution, and mainly a fence to sending them back. >> well, to chuck's point, it is a humanitarian issue, and they should stay until it is finished. i think it is disgraceful to rush to go on vacation. they were elected to doing someand done nothing so stay until it is fix ed. but you know, never in our lifetime will we see it unfortunately. >> john, last word for you? >> they are throwing money at this, and throwing absolutely no plan whatsoever, and no plan for the wildfires in california and no plan for the water shortage in california and
FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 7:00am PST
limit 18 times, george bush raised it 7 times, bill clinton raised it 8 times. so, you know, both sides do it so it must be okay, and from the perspective of fair and balanced, it has to stop no matter who is president. we go through the same cycle, we raise the debt limit, spend more,en go out and borrow more, and raise the debt limit again and it looks like it's unstoppable, but this is the check and balance of how to govern our society. we can't afford the bills we have now to pay. someone has to say, no, spend what you have and let's move on. >> brenda: you know, it doesn't really mean anything. why not get rid of it. it's been used for political hay, both parties have made political hay out of it. >> that's right, every 18 months we're going through an economic crisis and here we have another one brewing regarding the debt ceiling. let's get rid of it. i'm all for smaller government, but this economy right now, guys, still remains fragile and you can't have the american consumer having to worry about going through all the rigamarole in washington all over again, and that hits
FOX News
Aug 18, 2012 10:00am EDT
florida was decisive and many would argue the state was a dead even tie in the election between george w. bush and al gore. >> that candidacy featured prominently social security reform with private accounts that promised to reform education and two issues which they long trailed even going back to fdr's new deal. and what ended up happening, however, in those polls, the exit polls, as well as the popular polls, before the 2000 election, was that here in florida, seniors essentially were evenly split. the bush campaign argued to a tie with democrats on the idea of social security and education reform. in 2004, president bush ran for reelection, he did it again and aggressively pushed for social security private accounts reform and yet again, indicated as to the the exit poll that if a lot of states with high populations of seniors, republicans had closed the gap, with the democratic advantage for so many years, and it took tremendous effort. lots of advertising, literally almost 100 town halls in the first few months of the second term in order to make this case, but he was able to get
FOX News
Nov 7, 2009 10:00am EST
. the ceremony for the u.s.s. george h.w. bush was the last one. the aircraft carrier named for the 41st president commissioned in january. its flat top of 1,092 feet, the perfect gift for a hero navy flyer. jamie: and, of course, we're going to show you the commissioning live as it happens. it all gets formally underway at 11:00 eastern. we'll bring you any highlights. rick: lots going on. the countdown is on to the house vote on the health care overhaul. but do democratic leaders in washington have the votes they need to pass the bill they want? we'll tell you. and we're learning more about the orlando shooting suspect, jason rodriguez. we'll tell you why police say he opened fire on the engineering firm where he once worked. we'll be right back. rick: coming up on half past the hour on this saturday morning. here's a look at some of the top stories we're following. congress getting set to vote. the president is headed to capitol hill to answer questions about the plan and rally democrats trying to get as much support as possible. also, a top iranian lawmaker says his government w
FOX News
May 10, 2010 4:00am EDT
we had a plan in place with a preapproved burning plan they totally ignored. the deficit is george w. bush's fault financial collapse that's wall street's fault. you go straight down the line any opposition to barack obama care that's fox news's fault. the incendiary that's not rahm emanuel. i never saw anybody ever take any responsible for anything that goes wrong except in this case with this white house. >> well, the members of team obama are masters at deflecting blame and demonizing their enemies. they demonize everyone except the demons in our midst. that's the problem with how they are prosecuting the war on terror rather than being on a war footing. everything slows from that. if you do not name and identify your enemies how do you beat them and defeat them. instead we have the peaceful americanizing of citizens we saw it in the arizona debate with the tea party over the last year. one of the ultimate signs that this administration has not learned from it's mistakes in how its waging this war on terror is the fact that michelle and janet coronat ark no and eric holder is in
FOX News
Aug 28, 2010 10:00am EDT
. george herbert walker -- >> there were democrats involved that in. >> and cut entitlement programs and sure, there were democrats involved but if we say it is partisan the two biggest increases in debt have been under republican presidents and i don't think it fairs to say -- >> what does that have to do with social security. >> the question -- debt reinstruction and cutting entitlement programs and structural debt and with social security, it is hyperbolic, we until 2037 to reform the system and everyone agrees it needs to be reached and make it needs based or less age based and more ability based but then we'd have to fight a massive discrimination against elderly people in a -- across the u.s. >> it's not a problem, because we don't have to worry about it until 2037? >> no, i -- >> it will become insolvent and when we will be taking in less than we are paying out. >> and that is a big issue we should think about now, gary. >> indeed. >> and it is funny, i notice the democratic side, you know, barack obama ran on the whole hope and change thing but whenever the problems seem to come
FOX News
Feb 1, 2010 4:00am EST
referring torc(├▒ george w. bush or ronald reagan, i'm talking about obama the candidate. if you look at how relatively lacking in authority he was last night, and compare it to what was like as a candidate this is sort of an amazing shrinking presidency, at the present time. >> sean: did you think he almost, you know was attempting to get the chamber to rise and start chanting, "yes we can" that he missed the old days of the praise and adulation. >> two of the places i was struck by. oneeh was total explicitmr28 hypocrisy of speaker nancy pelosi, smiling and standing to applaud when he called for the end of earmarks. i thought it was such a total act of hypocrisy, knowing that the chair hand has asked for members to submit all earmark requests by march. i just -- if you look at that clip, it is truly astounding the contempt she has for the american people and her leaf we are stupid enough to think that -- and her belief to think we are stupid enough to think it has any meaning. the other was when he was wrong about the supreme court decision. my impression is justice alito was s
FOX News
Nov 20, 2010 10:00am EST
this is not exclusively a democratic issue. obviously, the s and l crisis was under george bush, sr. and george w pushed money under tarp and motor administration supported this extensively. will we get our money back and will we see more bailouts in the future. >> i don't think we are going to get our money back and even if we do, that's beside the point. i'd like to see some of the studies, regina, i'm not seeing one that said we are going to lose all of these jobs. you can't make it up. the company runs it into the ground between the management and the unions, that the gold plated package. they run it into the ground and become too big to fail and then they go with hat in hand to the government that bails it out and obama is claiming this is success. if making money on your investment in the government is success why didn't they put it into apple stock? and that's the bottom line, too. >> and along the line-- >> and what if boeing, what if boeing was in the same situation, would they we bail out boeing because they're huge. >> let me do this, jonas, not only did we give them 50 b
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2015 2:00am EST
george w. bush. great to have you with us. happy new year. here we go. mitch mcconnell i thought making a rather generous offer to the white house, just sign the bills and everything will be fine. much as the president said that's what i want. >> i thought it was also interesting the point he made, if you don't like the bills then you will have a chance to tell the american people why you don't like them. the keystone pipeline showed 72% of americans including a large number of democrats support its passing. a large number of republicans obviously and a large number of democrats so the president is hurting himself by vetoing the bill. there's something broader here under way. in early december after the election the question was asked who should take the lead in setting the direction of the country and said opposing party in congress meaning republicans, 53% or the sitting president, 36%. and that seems to be a pretty big advantage to the republicans in congress. normally people have confidence in the executive, the sitting president, regardless of party, they have more confidenc
FOX News
Jan 28, 2012 10:00am EST
presidents from kennedy to reagan, to bill clinton, to george bush cut taxes and stimulation to employment and lowering of unemployment and one of these candidates should take hold of that. >> brenda: david, you say it doesn't necessarily bring jobs? >> well, it's a conceptual frame work and would be phil graham who ran for president or steve forbes and we know where they went and to refer to romney, which i'm glad was, he in fact, has said, should bring him on the show, said that the flat tax would be a tax on the middle class, so i'm florida that romney was raised so he could put that point there. >> toby, let's talk about the flat tax itselfment does it it bring jobs? what does it mean for jobs? >> it has, in every country used. it's worked for two reasons, number one, because it simplifies things. if you look at the money that we spend in the united states, they make 90 billion dollars a year to comply with this. so, it unleashes that and creates capital. when you create more capital, you create investment and unlike the democratic party, more capital equals more jobs, and actually one
FOX News
Sep 11, 2010 10:00am EDT
tallest new jersey skyscraper, the goldman sachs building in new york city and former goveor george pataki joining me, a very packed schedule because of everything going on here. good to have you. >> thank you, neil, good morning. >> you know, governor, as we take a look at this jersey city and what'sappening here in large part because of events nine years ago, where you stand now, there are many vewh say that everyone in the financialon community at the time and beyond got a little anxious about being in lower manhattan, about maybe being in manhattan period, some o hedged their bets and others moved out. entirely. do you think that was justified? do you think the continued angst among some, not all certainly, was justified or we should just move on. >> well, we have to move on, but we can never forget. and it was a major concern of mine after september 11th because not just imagine financial institutions, but individuals, residents of lower manhattan were afraid and t policy of our country was to decentralize and move people out of concentrated areas at the time and we knew we cou
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May 2, 2015 7:00am PDT
czar -- we start with george bush who brought the czar back from the fbi levels. it can work. some cases with the pay scales and everything brought people in but just bringing in people as appointees for political reasons is not going to help the problem. that is the bureaucracy on top of bauer crassy. maybe an unlimited pay scale, a bonus structure to oversee the bauer crassy. >> suzy last word. >> the biggest scariest part of this is if we have a czar we'll have more hostages taken because they'll have somebody to negotiate with. it's going to backfire in an epic way and it's luke a locomotive coming at you. we cannot do this. >> thanks guys and thank you, suzy and david for joining us. we appreciate it. >> good to be with you. >>> point, click and take off. how you could soon be hitching a ride to space with the guy behind amazon. have a sunset mode. and an early morning mode. and a partly sunny mode. and an outside... to clear inside mode. transitions® signature® adaptive lenses ...are more responsive than ever. so why settle for a lens with just one mode? experience life wel
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Aug 11, 2012 10:00am EDT
for reelection since 1932. ronald reagan beat jimmy carter in 1980 bill clinton beat george h.w. bush in 92. they both made strong vice presidential picks. the leader of the other side of the party that shows something about reagan. he has confidence to pick someone who criticized him. clinton picked al gore in 88 at a time when he was senior to clinton. there was no geographical diversity. people said that was a strange pick. he emphasizes the new democratic party two moderate young southerners running against. unfortunately in my view successfully. two successful challenger races making a strong pick tells you something about the presidential candidate. this is a strong wick. it is a bold pick it doesn't run away from the controversial house budget. people can say it's rash and foolish but this shows strength on romney's part. when you hear joe sitting there in the studio saying democrats got the pick that they wanted, you know, i guess the question is, is america ready, bill, for this discussion? this level of can dorr. is the third rail now okay to touch? is not touching the third
FOX News
Jun 9, 2012 7:00am PDT
. depends on what your definition of green job was. >> george orwell says that those who seize control of government, would change definitions to make whatever they wanted. war is peace, freedom is slavery. and that's what it is, to try to control the thought process of america. these definitions are meaningless and extremely frightening to see such dishonesty, even in politics, to see this level of dishonesty is extremely discouraging. >> neil: adam since you're the smiling face of this corrupt culture. [laughter]. >> i guess you're all right with that. >> neil, you've never been so kind to me before. >> kind to me and-- so, i'm sorry, neil, i didn't hear your question because i was laughing so hard, i apologize. >> neil: do you feel guilty? [laughter] >> yes, yes, i -- i feel terribly guilty about it. i don't think that, neil, i don't think it's a silly idea to call something a green job if a green job is a job that contributes to, you know, improving the environment, which i think is a noble goal. >> come on. >> and i think-- >> we might as well extend it to anybody who read the boo
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Mar 24, 2012 7:00am PDT
when george bush took office, we were reliant, 44% on foreign oil. under his watch that dropped to about 32%, under obama's watch. even though all of this increased drilling, it's like my gosh, we're more energy independent, it's gone back up to 40%. so, if, you know, the fact is that we're doing all of this great drilling, then we're not drilling enough and the industry experts say, like toby, if we started opening up, forget about drilling in national park, we drilled where we could drill now, he we would double the supply in a short period of time. >> brenda: jehmu, what do you think about that? >> i think we have to look at the reality. this administration is employing an all of the above strategy. >> how, how? >> there is more drilling, there is focusing on clean energy and we can't just take this irresponsibly. he we can't have more than the gulf of mexico. we have to look at this responsibly and this administration has done this. >> brenda: let me get this around. ed, ed what do you think? >> this is absolutely crazy. it's all economics and when oil prices started moving up,
FOX News
Jun 19, 2010 10:00am EDT
. >> it's george w. bush's fault? >> no, it's republican in congress. >> they're not cutting their benefits at all. we've all cut. >> here is the best fear tactic, and it will happen soon. we'll have mass bankruptcies at county and city level and have it because it wasn't wall street that borrowed the money they can't pay back at the city and county and state level. >> sure it was. >> it wasn't wall street that borrowed the money or negotiated the union contracts that are literally not only unsustainable, these things will implode on themselves. you want to see the scare tactics? you have to cut 50 to 70% of your service workers which is already happening in cities in the united states. >> brenda: i have to get to pat. pat has valid point about long-term benefit and what it means to the state and union. >> two points to make. one, this is the mess of the municip municipality own making. it has nothing do with wall street. if you were a canny municipality you'd say hey, firefighters and teachers, you can keep every person employed right now but the next generation of teachers gettin
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Jun 28, 2010 4:00am EDT
nights. >> summer, 1970. george c. scott starred as the title character in the film "patton." >> we are advancing and not interested in holding on anything except the enemy. we going to hold on to him by the nose and kick him in the ass. we are going to kick the hell out of him all the time and go through him like crap through a goose. >> the beatless broke up and the nation was still deeply involved in the fight against communism in an unpopular war, vietnam. it was against this backdrop, that heather, allen and dave donned their caps and gowns and graduated from high school. it didn't come as a surprise to any one when dave got into westpoint. his mother was elate. >> she was proud and happy when dave was accepted to westpoint. >> on the morning of july 17, 1970 dave petraeus marched into the fabled halls of the military academy. >> the first day that all the new pleebs arrived they spent the day having their hair cut, being fitted for uni forms and learning to march in formation and most of the parents hang around for hours and hours waiting to get one glimpse of their son in those d
FOX Business
Jan 11, 2015 8:00am EST
media and business professor at george washington university and steve moore at the heritage foundation and the senior vice president of publishing at the princeton review, take you for joining us. the president basically says that if you can maintain a 2.5 gpa at a community college that is if you can do this, you can get two years of free college. i started thinking about this when i heard this this morning. who is going to benefit from this? where does this proposal come from? >> of course community colleges benefit because the supply of students might go up. but there are states across the country that already have this type of incentive, like tennessee, where the president made the announcement today and it's not clear that the students are actually benefiting from lower tuition costs. gerri: i have to tell you that apparently this organization of community colleges pitched this very idea down to the last period. it comes sort of from the industry. this is what they want. i am sure that this is really going to appeal to middle america, but come on you are repurchasing someone's sug
FOX News
Dec 21, 2013 7:00am PST
. blame george bush for goodness sake. you need one republican vote to help pass this. other democrats are blaming the republicans for something they passed in one of of the partisan manners in history. this is insane. we need to cut our losses on this, figure out what to do and come up with a plan. sasha is right. there are no other plans out there. we know this isn't working. >> sasha, relating to the millennials, getting them the younger people to sign up is critical to the health insurance plan. is this the way to bring them in -- this kind of ad? the little onesie? >> we're talking about it. so that's the goal of advertising, right? we might say it's silly, stupid and anything else, but it is on air. i never heard about pa squa ma boy until i saw it on the news. that's at the end of the t day what they are looking for. >> bringing that to light just insults them more and makes them want to find a different option. there are organizations now of millennials telling them, you know what, don't pay for this. it is too expensive. it's a $6,000 catastrophic minimum you have to spend bef
FOX Business
Feb 2, 2014 8:00am EST
passed several times. the last time was not until 2009 under george bush and it's about high time those wages were increased. and if you want to do business with the government, then you need to pay a decent wage, not subsidized by the government, i might add, with food stamps as we have seen with wal-mart and other companies. to add to that, 76% of the american public wants to see an increase in the minimum wage. 19 states have a minimum wage above the federal wage now. you have 13 others pursuing the same and it just happened in new jersey, actually putting it into just more inflation in new jersey in the constitution. so i think it's about time we raised the minimum wage. >> really, john, is there any time the government should be telling business how to run its business? >> not with these guys, good, lord, they can't build a website despite spend theing billions of dollars. everybody goes after wal-mart. i don't want to go after wal-mart, but they pay a lot more than your minimum wage. david is right about this needs to be taken out of government hands, how does president obama dede
FOX Business
Jul 7, 2013 8:00am EDT
individuals elect a government health care. it feeds right into a socialist net. i think george orell or even franz costco would be very proud of this plan. >> are you surprised more insurance companies aren't throwing in the towel? >> yeah, because there's more customers. do think if the president is the king and could have done what he wanted, we would have had government health insurance takeover. chart health insurance stocks against the stock market over the last couple of years, including health insurance stocks, and they beat them because they happen they will have more customers. there's a lot wrong with this plan, but the poor health insurance companies is not one of them. they have a great business ahead of them. >> john, take it on. >> a lot wrong with this plan? there is no plan. there was no health care plan. there was just an insurance plan. at 30 million people to a broken system and this is what you get. the feds are going to have to red those. what you're going do see with all of this is that just like when they got to the banking dustry and they put all this re
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Aug 15, 2009 10:00am EDT
money being spent. remember when george bush sent out $300 collection to all of us? -- checks to all of us >> bush's stimulus is as stupid as this. going with your logic what we should be doing is breaking every window in our house because that is stimulating. we will have to replace them. >> that is not what i'm saying. it is money directly into the economy. >> people spend it the wal-mart employees keep their jobs. >> economic stimulus means that you have a dollar and it creates a dollar and a half or $1.75 of economic activity. when you invest in an infrastructure that increases productivity, when you put a solar panel in a building and it cuts cost that creates velocity. this is a hand youth to people and that is not a stimulus. brenda: eric. >> just library a -- just like a liberal would say spend it on what you want. >> i don't endorse it. >> you don't create jobs. you create tree money junkies who live on that and you gave me free money so i will vote for you next time and congressional enablers are there to give away more. the government gets bigger. when the money runs out you
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